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I used to enjoy vintage Hemisync guided by Mr. Monroe but I never could get comfortable with clunky headphones on so I didn't pursue it very far. I ordered some sleep phones yesterday so who knows,
Originally posted by AfterInfinity
reply to post by gnosticagnostic
and what "meat" would that be?? that the government is after him because of some superpower he doesn't have? come on now... you can talk about it til your blue in the face infinity.. it matters not to me but to say it has substance is only your personal opinion.
I speak of the previous two threads, as I clearly indicated. Employ your common sense, please.
Stephen Hawkings doesn't have the answer to.. then by all means employ your own common sense.
As a positive consequence, Hawking remained with the close group of friends with whom he enjoyed board games, the manufacture of fireworks, model aeroplanes and boats, and long discussions about Christianity and extrasensory perception.
So am I to take it that you think Astral Projection, Remote Viewing, etc, is all complete bull#?
No, certainly not, but I have never cared for the term 'Remote Viewing', as it reflects the prevailing zeitgeist of the mid-1980's, when the Aviary was just beginning to draw a real paycheck. Thanks, for actually addressing one of my posts.
yes he liked model train sets as a kid too... whopee and yes I guarantee that man knows far more than you do about string and multiverse theory
I don't really take Veritas seriously and don't really care what invective he spews. He's shown his colors well enough already for all to see.
Originally posted by MamaJ
reply to post by old_god
Exactly my thoughts OldGod! I totally agree....
and how beautiful do I think the writing in your post conveys your soul.
Full of light, it is!
Originally posted by ApocJohn
A few days ago, there was an unauthorized login to my account in which the perpetrator attempted to delete several posts of mine, but was unable to do so, since the forum-imposed time limit for editing a post had expired. As a secondary alternative, a thread was created in my name claiming that everything I had previously posted was untrue. This thread was not posted by me, but by the person who gained unauthorized access to my account. As some here have keenly observed, the writing style throughout the fake posting contains clear stylistic differences from that of my own postings, despite dubious attempts to make it sound similar by using phrases such as "Fellow members of ATS."
- The real Apocryphon